HP Pavilion Machines Get Ready to Go to School

May 9, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Looks like HP really wants to go back and have some school time again. HP plans to reap some profits with sales to college going kids during this back-to-school season. The HP Pavilion series has a fresh style and great performance to lure more college going kids this time.

HP Pavilion m6 comes in the form of a machine with a large display but super-slim in design. The machine packs 15.6-inch diagonal LED backlit high-definition (HD) BrightView display, while special Beats Audio, dual speakers and subwoofer enhances the audio front.

With eight hours of battery life these machines are powered by latest Intel and AMD chips.

HP Pavilion Machines Get Ready to Go to School

To keep good company, HP Pavilion dv series machines come with the refreshed look of the tapered chassis, new metal finish, coupled with a soft-touch panel at the base of the display cover.

However, no worries since the design overhaul has not touched the Beats Audio experience on these devices. Moreover, HP offers adding optional NVIDIA GeForce GPUs for an enhanced graphic experience.

The machines going school also includes redesigned HP Pavilion g6 and g7 which comes with a bowl-shape keyboard deck, textured touchpad and better audio in trendy shades like ruby red, linen white, sparkling black, winter blue and bright purple.

There is no clue on pricing for HP Pavilion m6 which will be available this summer. Pavilion dv4, dv6 and dv7 will be available in the US on June 20 with prices of $549.99, $549.99 and $799.99, respectively while g6 and g7 will come only on July 25 with starting prices of $449.99 and $499.99, respectively.

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